Aisha Bibi Mausoleum, Taraz

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Erected in the 11th century for a woman of noble blood, Aisha Bibi Mausoleum is covered in terracotta tiles with over 60 floral and geometrical ornaments. Using light instead of color, the builders made the structure look like it's covered in lace--this design is complemented by the ornamental pre-Islamic style of the corner columns. Arrange to visit Aisha Bibi Mausoleum and other attractions in Taraz using our Taraz itinerary builder app .
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  • Went to visit this place, read a prayer. Bought mascot home. It was in the year 2007, the mascot of the US. I think this place is holy for women.
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  • Aisha-Bibi mausoleum, monument to the past, even after the restoration, it retains the grandeur and beauty of the established ancient architects. Special feeling you feel when you are near, the sense of delight and ordinances simultaneously. This special feeling does not go away, even after leaving the territory of the mausoleum as if charged with energy. Many times visited this mausoleum, and whenever not feeling calm, fullness of goodness. Every time comes understanding, that this is a great creation of human hands, absorbed in himself goodness, love, and faith of the people who have visited this mausoleum. all wish visit this holy place, you won't regret it.
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  • Zhambyl in there in a small village 20 km West. 積上geta brick is a small temple, the building is decorated with geometric and plant designs. Is a like equivalent was desolate, but restored to clean around behind the building and see clearly is the difference between old brick and new bricks. Nanny Babaji and Katun's mausoleum is located next door, but this is quite simple.
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  • Beautiful place with a wonderful history behind it.
  • Small but worth the trip. Free entrance
  • This is a sacred place. It is a place visited by many tourists.
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  • Karp period required to be seen a shrine.
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  • Very beautiful and bright place. Napolnjaesh'sja a sense of calm and tranquility. Not far from the city and there are stalls with souvenirs!
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